The Erosion of Trust During a Global Pandemic and How Public Administrators Should Counter It

The American public could use some truth-telling, about the deficiencies in its governments, its economies, and its national civic dialogue.

SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory …

By Douglas Neese
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6 Tips for Starting and Succeeding at a Fully Remote Job

By: Sam Radbil, Vault

Retrieved from 6 Tips for Starting and Succeeding at a Fully Remote Job

 

Whether you like it or not, remote work is here to stay. This means when you accept your next job, chances are …

By Devin Rogan
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Starting a New Job While Non-Binary | Set Yourself Up for Success

You’ve made it through the interview process, accepted your job offer, and now you’re off to begin your new job. When you start in your new position and meet your new co-workers, you want to make the best first impression …

By Joeli Katz - Idealist Careers
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7 Questions You Should Definitely Ask When Interviewing for a Remote Job

If you’re interviewing for a remote job, digging into the culture of the company where you’re hoping to work should be a top priority. And understanding the remote work culture specifically is even more crucial. Why? As experts point out, …

By Julie Anne Russell - The Muse
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Everything You Need to Know About Listing Hard Skills on Your Resume (Plus Examples!)

The goal of your resume is simple: to show potential employers that you’re the right person for a job. And to be the right person, you’ve got to have the right hard skills.

Hard skills are the specific knowledge or …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Governance in a New Normal State of Risks

By: Kaifeng Yang, The American Society for Public Administration

Retrieved from: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/puar.13248

Abstract

This Viewpoint essay understands China’s COVID‐19 responses through the lens of six paradoxes, focusing on normal and non‐normal governance, competing values, expertise and politics, centralization and decentralization, public and private, and technology and …

By Kaifeng Yang
Kaifeng Yang Unprecedented Challenges, Familiar Paradoxes: COVID‐19 and Governance in a New Normal State of Risks
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Evaluate Your Career Legacy Impact With These 3 Categories Of Questions

Have you been as intentional about your legacy as …

By Keashla Marengo
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8 Interview Questions About Diversity and Inclusion Every Job Seeker Should Be Able to Answer

For both employers and job seekers, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are more important than ever. As the former head of people at two quickly growing startups and the cofounder of a nationally recognized workplace inclusion strategy firm, I’ve seen …

By Kelli Newman Mason - The Muse
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5 Strategies For Advancing Your Career In A Tough Job Market

Written on Sep 27, 2020
By William Arruda,

Though current unemployment rates are still well above pre-pandemic levels, the labor market appears to be …

By Keashla Marengo
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Tips to Finding Government Jobs During A Pandemic

Retrieved from: https://www.govloop.com/community/blog/tips-to-find-government-jobs-during-a-pandemic/

Governments are still hiring. Jobs are available, even with hiring freezes at the state, county and city levels. Business activity has decreased but governments are still providing vital goods and …

By Ismaris Ocasio
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